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Certificate in Requirements for Electrical Installations

Northumberland College

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Engineering and motor engineering Course: Certificate in Requirements for Electrical Installations Code: ENG0045E Duration: 11 Weeks Location: Ashington Main Campus Start Date: 31st March 2010 Interview Required: Yes Who is the course for? This is a 24 week course (practically assessed), which has been designed to give anybody the chance of developing their skills in the Tungsten Inert Gas welding process. Do I need any formal qualifications? Candidate must be currently working in welding and have at least 2 years experience in TIG welding Aluminium. What will I study on the course? The course includes the safe working practices and procedures when TIG welding. You will be trained in the TIG process and are required to complete 5 weld tests. How is the course organised? You will need to attend 1 evening each week for 24 weeks. An extra ?,?30 will be required at the start of the course which will go towards materials and PPE. How will my progress be assessed? As this is a competence based course, candidates will be required to complete 5 practical test pieces in order to qualify for the award of the certificate. An oral questioning examination must also be completed. Can I gain any extra qualifications while on the course? Students can follow Welding and fabrication and take a number of options to complement this course, but would be daytime courses. What final qualification will I get if I am successful? City & Guilds Level 1 in Tungsten Inert Gas Welding Process (Aluminium). What can I do after completing this course? Progression onto the level 3 City & Guilds TIG. Alternative welding process to gain welding experience. Can I receive any financial support whilst I am studying? Financial support is available and depends on the type of qualification you are studying and whether you are a full time or a part time learner. The Education Maintainance Allowance (EMA) scheme enables eligible learners to receive up to ?30 per week for studying at College, as well as bonus payments of ?100. The Adult Learning Grant (ALG) scheme enables eligible learners (aged 19 or over) to receive up to ?30 per week for studying at College. College Learner Support Funds (LSF) are available and can provide financial support for eligible learners. Payments can be made towards travel to and from College, registered childcare, fee remission and help with course-related costs. Please contact us using the methods on this Information Sheet for more information on the above types of support.

Engineering and motor engineering Course: Certificate in Requirements for Electrical Installations Code: ENG0045E Duration: 11 Weeks Location: Ashington Main Campus Start Date: 31st March 2010 Interview Required: Yes Who is the course for? This is a 24 week course (practically assessed), which has been designed to give anybody the chance of developing their skills in the Tungsten Inert Gas...

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